I've broken two of these cassettes. Neither had more than a couple hundred miles on them.
Myself and a friend cannot get our shifter cables to last more than a couple weeks before the shifter cable head pops off. I saw online that Shimano has released 9001 model shifters. Shimano won't recall our defective shifters either. They gave us a couple of free cables. Not acceptable when paying top dollar.
Horrible feel. Felt like I was riding a cheap tire from a department store. Grip is terrible in the wet too. Went down hard when tires gave out in a corner. Didn't even feel like I was pushing it. Check out Vittoria Evo Corsa, Veloflex Corsa, or Schwalbe Ultremo.
Feels every bit as good as the Vittoria Evo Corsa yet more durable.
These shoe covers are by far the easiest to get on because the whole back comes undone unlike other shoe covers where the zipper only comes down part of the way. Also the toe has reinforced material which seems to be holding up nicely so far.
Are you going to get any of the size 38's back in stock?
I ordered a pair of these and the construction and look is top notch. Giro did a great a job on these shoes. Unfortunately I had to send them back because of the really narrow width. I normally use Northwave but these Giro shoes are too narrow for my foot (both the toe box and around the ball of my foot). I'd say they fit real close to Mavic's in width.
Giro, you need to make a wide model if you are going to make narrow shoes!!!
I have the same foot shape (high arch, wide, with a standard width heel). I found the Giro shoe to be quite narrow and similar feel to Mavic. If you are looking for a wider shoe try Northwave I have had great success with them.
This helmet is super comfy and well made. I had a Giro aeon before and this one is much better. The airflow is great the strap in the back is comfy and easy to adjust. The leather chin strap is nice and soft and also has a high end look to it.
I had a Topeak cobra before and this one works a lot better. No CO2 threading malfunctions like my Topeak had before. Also it is super small and well made like all Lezyne stuff.
Odd bibs. The strap were really long and loose, this made them slide down like short do. The chamois pad covered my front well but it didn't go far enough back to completely cover my sit bones. Also the logos started coming off after a couple of rides. I've tried Castelli, Mavic, Giordana, and Pearl Izumi. These Craft bibs were the worst and my last pair from Craft.
I have had this pump for almost a year and love it. I used it for my road bikes, mountain bikes, and downhill bikes. The gauge seems much more accurate compared to my Joe blow pump I had before. Also the presta speed chuck is genius, no more breaking valve stems from time to time. I also like the screw on schrader side for my downhill bike. Easy to use and accurate when filling up, I need consistency when filling the tubes on my race bike.
I have a pair of Oakley radars, Ryders, and Uvex. I bought these because a friend liked his a lot. These glasses are super comfortable. Ever bit as good as the Oakleys I own. I'll stick to these Spy's from now on because they are cheaper than the Oakley radars and ever bit as good.
I have the same pair Pro rider Matthew Busche is wearing in this picture.